National Poetry Month – ABC…Z Acrostic – NaPoWriMo Day 6


National Poetry Month – ABC…Z Acrostic – NaPoWriMo Day 6

April
Bounty
Could
Deliver
Eloquent
Forms.
Grueling
Hours
Intensely
Jotting,
Kneading
Language
Month,
Nationally
Observing
Poetry
Quite
Ramblings
Stitching
Thoughts
Until
Vast
Words.
Xenodochial
Young
Zealots

X, Y and Z continue to make these ABC…Z Acrostics hard… The thought here is there are a lot of “friendly to strangers”, young (whether by age or by time in writing poetry) “Zealots” (supporters of a cause – in this case NaPoWriMo / National Poetry Month).

Xenodochial = Friend, Friendly to strangers

Hope you enjoyed… Acrostics can be fun and challenging… try one 😀
If you like acrostics, click on the acrostics category or on Acrostic in the “Tag cloud” on the left…there are more and they are not all ABC…Z acrostics.

Peace,

Stephen

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8 Responses to National Poetry Month – ABC…Z Acrostic – NaPoWriMo Day 6

  1. sonofwalt says:

    My favorite part was Kneading/ Language! YES! I like that kind of kneading, and then seeing what rises out of it. 🙂 The Young/ Zealots gave me a chuckle too. And I can really identify with Grueling/ Hours/ Intensely/ Jotting.

    • David,
      Thanks! I was hoping people would understand the “Kneading / Language” and your follow-on words “seeing what rises out of it” lets me know that at “yeast” one person understood (ok that was bad)…

      Thanks again, look forward to hearing / seeing what you select for todays poem.

      Peace,

      Stephen

      • sonofwalt says:

        Oh, I love bad puns, so yeast just made me laugh out this morning. Thanks! Today’s poem will be late, almost under the wire. I have to work 11 to 10:30. Look for a quick Emily Dickinson, or maybe a Sonnet.

  2. Andy says:

    Hello.
    This is my first year participating in A-Z Challenge & NaPoWriMo. So far, my zeal has not waned, but we still have 3 weeks to go. Enjoyed this. Thanks for sharing.

    Day 6: Forbidden Kisses

    • Andy,
      That’s great! This is my first time doing NaPoWriMo as well and I’m doing 30 in 30. In November of last year, I did NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writers Month) and managed to get 65K words into a novel. I enjoy writing poetry, so while I’m still trying to do work on my novel, when I saw the NaPoWriMo, I decided to jump into that as well.
      Thanks for stopping by and commenting and best of luck with meeting your goal!

      Peace,

      Stephen

  3. Quite a feat! That must have been hard! But it flowed nicely and made sense. Well done!

    • Adriene,
      Thanks! If you enjoyed it, I’ve done several others that can be found under acrostics on the left. They are challenging but also fun… I think one thing that makes them more of a success is to make it flow and make sense so I really appreciate the comment.. Give one a try… just watch out for X, Y and Z 😀

      Thanks again for the comment!

      Peace,

      Stephen

  4. What a neat idea! I”m loving this challenge…I’m a total novice when it comes to poetry and it’s allowing me to be exposed and play with different forms. Loved this poem you wrote!

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